**SPECIAL SPACE WEEK PUBLIC LECTURE - hybrid in-person/online!!**
Thursday May 5, 7 - 8 PM
Announcing our first hybrid Public Lecture of the year as part of McGill's Bicentennial Space Week! Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an astrophysics researcher? During this panel we’ll chat with three current MSI graduate students to learn about their experiences in astrophysics. This event will be hybrid in-person and streamed online. If you would like to attend in person, we ask that you register in advance (in-person attendance limit ~150 people). The panel will be held at Leacock Building Room 132 (855 Sherbrooke St W).
**PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR IN-PERSON**: https://forms.gle/io65xfDpQyeCDmgX7
Please feel free to submit questions for our panelists when you register! Anyone attending virtually may submit questions anytime during the event.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, see our Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/15n3XwhxI
**To attend this event in-person you must agree to follow covid protocols listed in the registration form**
Youtube stream link: https://youtu.be/WqR5wCgr6F0
Weather permitting, we will also host outdoor telescope observing after the panel!
AstroMcGill serves as the education and public outreach branch of the McGill Space Institute. To find more science outreach activities at McGill, visit the Faculty of Science's outreach webpage.